dailycharacterdevelopment:

Things to consider:
What is the nature of the threat that could move your character to betray those they love? Is it personal, or would it be detrimental to a group or society as a whole?
Would your character experience guilt or remorse in betraying those closest to them?
Does your character harbor any significant attachments to people in the first place? Do they prioritize themselves or anything else over their peers?

dailycharacterdevelopment:

Things to consider:

  • What is the nature of the threat that could move your character to betray those they love? Is it personal, or would it be detrimental to a group or society as a whole?
  • Would your character experience guilt or remorse in betraying those closest to them?
  • Does your character harbor any significant attachments to people in the first place? Do they prioritize themselves or anything else over their peers?

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Scandinavian tales and creatures

Skeppsrån (watchers of ships) are beautiful but elusive women who guard ships sailing across the ocean, protecting them from raging storms and the giant beasts that lurk down in the deepest waters. Some believe skeppsrån were originally skogsrån; their spirits trapped within the wood planks of the ship and forced to leave their precious forests to roam the seas instead.

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Skeppsrån (watchers of ships) are beautiful but elusive women who guard ships sailing across the ocean, protecting them from raging storms and the giant beasts that lurk down in the deepest waters. Some believe skeppsrån were originally skogsrån; their spirits trapped within the wood planks of the ship and forced to leave their precious forests to roam the seas instead.

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phibrizo:

rinface:

Facial and Ear piercing Diagrams

Just incase anyone out there was looking for them.

interesting

but ow

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lostinherkiss:

“Miyuki is a visual kei fan who we met in Harajuku. Her look - with a cape and mask - features fashion from the Japanese brands Sixh, h.NAOTO & Queen Bee. Check all of her street snaps here: http://tokyofashion.com/gothic-harajuku-style-sixh-h-naoto/ ” -Tokyo Fashion

lostinherkiss:

Miyuki is a visual kei fan who we met in Harajuku. Her look - with a cape and mask - features fashion from the Japanese brands Sixh, h.NAOTO & Queen Bee. Check all of her street snaps here: http://tokyofashion.com/gothic-harajuku-style-sixh-h-naoto/ ” -Tokyo Fashion

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psdo:

*shrug*

psdo:

*shrug*

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are2:

Space Capsule

are2:

Space Capsule

(Source: davidurbinati.com, via kiwiggle)

helpfulharrie:

This is a spiritual sequel to Thoughts on Wings by uzlo, which is also on tumblr.

Anyway, while reading the tags and comments on said tutorial, I noticed a lot of people expressing a desire for a bat wing version. So here’s a little guide I whipped up on them!

Bat wings are simpler than bird wings in that there’s no feather structure to learn, but you do need to learn the bones. Once you get the hang of those though, they’re pretty easy!

Bat photos are all kinda same-y to be honest (likely due to them mostly being nocturnal), and don’t do a good job of showing how those babies work. So, slowmotion videos are really helpful!

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Our ideal reading nook.

Our ideal reading nook.

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hammpix:

As an artist, you’ll have to draw turned heads countless times. But when the head is turned, drawing the far eye poses a special challenge. This is because we must foreshorten that eye more than we’re used to, and because we’re tempted to shape it like the near eye, which is less foreshortened. Therefore, it’s useful to practice drawing the far eye by itself, without the near eye to throw you off. Print these sheets, draw the eyes, and you’ll save yourself great difficulty later.

Note that all of these eyes are facing our left. You’ll need to practice right-facing eyes as well, so flop the sheets in Photoshop, print them again, and draw those also.

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mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

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